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Level 1 ammunition are not lootable at level 25 to 30 zones, and you need to achieve certain player levels to unlock the ability to loot higher level ammo, such as player level 10 to unlock the ability to find 7.62mm Rifle from level 10 to 30 zones.

Here's a list of the required level for each ammunition type:

Level 1 to 20:Edit

.32 ACP Rounds

5.56mm Rifle Rounds

20 Gauge Shells

Level 5 to 30:Edit

9mm Rounds

12 Gauge Shells

Level 10 to 30:Edit

.357 Magnum Rounds

7.62mm Rifle Rounds

Level 15 to 30:Edit

.38 Special Rounds


There are 8 types of Ammunition in the game used with the various types of weapons. Here are the full lists of all Ammunition types including all guns which use them.

Handgun Ammunition Edit

.32 ACP
100 Rounds

Scrap Value: $0.3 / bullet | $30 / box
.32 ACP rounds are lightweight and compact, but have a short range and low stopping power. However, this ammo is quite cheap and easy to manufacture.


Used with:
Pistols: Ivanov and CZ-83
Submachine Guns: Skorpion


9mm
100 Rounds

Scrap Value: $0.5 / bullet | $50 / box
George Luger originally presented the 9mm Parabellum round in 1902, and it was adopted in 1904 and 1906 by the German Navy and German army, respectively. The 9mm Parabellum was originally designed to be lethal up to a distance of 50 meters, but the bullet is still lethal at distances slightly greater than 50m. Against the unrelenting savagery of the infected, this lethality isn't as useful as it should be, but with enough rounds, most normal infected can be brought down by the standard 9mm.


Used with:
Pistols: Speed Six, Parabellum, and Lock-17
Submachine Guns: UZI, Beta C4, HK-5, and Lanchester


.357 Magnum
100 Rounds

Scrap Value: $1 / bullet | $100 / box
The .357 Magnum round was the caliber that started the "Magnum" era of handgun ammunition. Built for use in pistols (the most famous being the Colt Python revolver), it was famous in the pre-outbreak world for its stopping power. Being both fairly powerful and relatively cheap, the .357 is regarded as a decent general-use round.


Used with:
Pistols: Python, Beta 800, and Lock-31


.38 Special
100 Rounds

Scrap Value: $1.5 / bullet | $150 / box
The .357 Magnum round was the caliber that started the "Magnum" era of handgun ammunition. Built for use in pistols (the most famous being the Colt Python revolver), it was famous in the pre-outbreak world for its stopping power. Being both fairly powerful and relatively cheap, the .357 is regarded as a decent general-use round.


Used with:
Pistols: Webster 1942
Submachine Guns: MAC-11

Rifle Ammunition Edit

5.56mm Rifle
60 Rounds

Scrap Value: $0.3 / bullet | $18 / box
The 5.56x45 standard NATO rifle round is a standard rifle caliber with excellent penetrating capacity, being able to go through 15-20 inches of living flesh, and roughly 10-13 inches of infected flesh. However, this bullet is still the weakest of the available calibers.


Used with:
Rifles: Greening GLR and Scout


7.62mm Rifle
60 Rounds

Scrap Value: $0.75 / bullet | $46 / box
The 7.62x39 mm round is a rimless bottlenecked intermediate cartridge of Soviet origin that was designed during World War II. Due to the worldwide proliferation, the cartridge is used by both militaries and civilians alike. 7.62x39 mm can function well in cold polar or hot desert conditions.


Used with:
Rifles: Mouzer M59, Enfield, M1 Garand, Dragon SVD, and M14

Shotgun Shells Edit

20 Gauge
40 Rounds

Scrap Value: $0.3 / shell | $12 / box
A lightweight, small-shot round, generally used for skeet/trap shooting and hunting waterfowl, the 20-gauge shell is a cheap, versatile round. Like all shotgun shells, once fired it releases a cloud of lead pellets that will dig into an enemy and cripple it with pain. However, against the deadened nerves of the zombies, this shotgun shell's capacity to debilitate a target with ease is much less effective, forcing users to shoot many more times to completely bring down their targets. Nonetheless, many users find this shotgun shell useful due to its lightweight and cheapness to manufacture.


Used with:
Shotguns: Greening Sitori and Washington 1100



12 Gauge
40 Rounds

Scrap Value: $0.5 / shell | $20 / box
One of the most powerful shotgun shells manufactured, only a few types of ammunition are able to match or beat the 12-gauge. It discharges a closely packed cloud of large lead shot, which can instantly kill most normal infected with a single close-range shot and punch numerous holes in any mutant or infected.


Used with:
Shotguns: Chesterfield 21, Mannberg 590, SPSA-12, Sawn-Off Shotgun, Mancini M4, and Mannberg 590M

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